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Although Diego is technically correct, you can do "semi-deduping" in Eclipse with Neardedupication. Once you run Neardepuping you can create a search in which you eliminate duplicates within your search. The following should be your steps:

 

1.Run Nearduping on your search

2. Create a separate search with the following criteria: Saved search IS IN (select your search) AND CAATSimilarity equals 100 AND CAATNDSort Does Not Equal 1

3. Save the above search

4. Create a new search with the following: Save Search IS IN (your original search) AND Save Search IS NOT IN (the new search)

 

 

This eliminates exact duplicates within your search. Please feel free to contact us if you need assistance with this workflow.

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Although Diego is technically correct, you can do "semi-deduping" in Eclipse with Neardedupication. Once you run Neardepuping you can create a search in which you eliminate duplicates within your search. The following should be your steps:

 

1.Run Nearduping on your search

2. Create a separate search with the following criteria: Saved search IS IN (select your search) AND CAATSimilarity equals 100 AND CAATNDSort Does Not Equal 1

3. Save the above search

4. Create a new search with the following: Save Search IS IN (your original search) AND Save Search IS NOT IN (the new search)

 

 

This eliminates exact duplicates within your search. Please feel free to contact us if you need assistance with this workflow.

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Although Diego is technically correct, you can do "semi-deduping" in Eclipse with Neardedupication. Once you run Neardepuping you can create a search in which you eliminate duplicates within your search. The following should be your steps:

 

1.Run Nearduping on your search

2. Create a separate search with the following criteria: Saved search IS IN (select your search) AND CAATSimilarity equals 100 AND CAATNDSort Does Not Equal 1

3. Save the above search

4. Create a new search with the following: Save Search IS IN (your original search) AND Save Search IS NOT IN (the new search)

 

 

This eliminates exact duplicates within your search. Please feel free to contact us if you need assistance with this workflow.

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